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i recently just overclocked my GPU from stock core 850mhz to 920mhz and the memory form 2052mhz to 2152mhz. should i keep pushing the gpu or leave it at this? i ran far cry 3 on this for an hour and only hit 75C for a max
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*queue's Push it to the Limit

Push the memory a bit more, if you see the temps raise up too much drop it back down. Make sure to check GPU-Z for VRM temps
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ill try that
Edited by 50shadesofray - 2/22/13 at 10:56pm
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pushed it to 2202 mhz with same temps and fan speeds. keep going?
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are you seeing graphical anomalies? I'd say go until you see some tearing then knock it back down 5mhz and let 'er rip. thumb.gif
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